Students create connections to the Boston Globe, leading some alums to get hired by the news organization.
The narrative short is 18 minutes long, confronting themes of grief and recovery in new and thought-provoking ways.
Writing, Literature and Publishing faculty and students have been busy this spring. Here’s what they’ve been up to.
All students will learn creative storytelling, data-driven strategy, campaign development, and how to use technological tools.
SOC students and faculty came together at the Ritz Carlton, to recognize 41 outstanding individuals who were nominated by the faculty for the annual School of Communication Awards.
As fate and COVID would have it, only a few of the early Speech@Emerson immersions would be in-person – until last month, when more than 200 students from four time zones gathered at the Westin.
Before filing into the theater, students eagerly awaited behind the scenes, and spoke about why they pursued their degrees.
Emersonian festival entrants’ films include feature films, a documentary and more.
It’s All True Documentary Film Festival and the 21st Annual Emerson Film Festival highlighted the best in student films.
Marieska Luzada ’23 and Jo Malicdem ’23 shared the Tom Cooper Spirit of Emerson Award, and Drew Genova won the Robert Colby Kindness Award.